Our picks this week!
Tues, April 21, 8 pm – Amazingtown (comedy and drink giveaways), weekly at Bunga’s Den, 137 W. 14th, New York, NY 10011, free
Tim Duffy (Mid-Evenings), Lukas Kaiser (Spike TV), Sue Smith (Best Week Ever), & John Szeluga (Super Live Adventure Podcast) present Amazingtown Comedy. Featuring, this week, Erica Spera, Halle Kiefer (Friends of the People), Peter Revello, Clark Jones (Comedy at the Knit) and a few surprises!
Show up early to throw your name in the bucket for a chance to win FREE DRINKS. Plus, killer drink specials and a free open mic.
Wed, April 22, 8 pm – Public Services hosted by Jo Firestone (Punderdome 3000 co-host, WFMU) a “wonderfully weird alternative comedy variety show with interviews, music, comedy, and an ongoing soap opera that takes place in the nyc sewer system,” saith The Skint. Littlefield, $5 adv, $8 door.
Thurs, April 23, 8 pm – Natasha Vaynblat: The United Federation of Teachers, UCB Chelsea, $5
Through her four years as an NYC public school teacher, Natasha’s learned a lot of things. She’s learned that teaching is rewarding, that teaching is a gift, and that teaching will make you batshit crazy. In her show, Natasha just focuses on that last part. Written and Performed by Natasha Vaynblat, and
directed by Leslie Meisel.
Friday, April 24, 6 pm – Jason Little’s Borb – Bergen St. Comics, 470 Bergen St., Brooklyn. Book signing for the “sadly humorous, haunted graphic novel,” according to Bergen St. Comics. “How does that not sound like a good time?”
And for the fifth show, have you seen anything at the Queen’s Secret Improv Club? Improv coop at 44-02 23rd St. Long Island City, Queens.